Title: Come Out Fighting The Enjay replacement for "DOOM" "Knee Deep in the Dead".
Filename: levels/doom/m-o/njkd1a.zip
Size: 430.57 KB
Date: 01/19/05
Author: Nigel Rowand (Enjay)
E-mail: enjay001@hotmail.com
Description: On the far side of Phobos the remains of an earlier civilisation had been found in the mountains. The artefacts left by the beings that had lived there indicated Devil worship. What better place to build a base to investigate an inter-dimensional portal.

Have Fun and toast a demon for me.

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Base: New from scratch
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Editor(s) used: DoomEd, DoomCAD, DEU, DCK, BSP, DMGraph, DMMusic, Midi2mus.
Rating: (10 votes)
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It's ok for its time but there better wads out there. 2/5x
Yeah, pretty good for 1994. Curiously enough, "The Long Run" showcases a DOOM bug that still exists in (G)ZDoom even today.x
Fun! There needs to be more WADs like this!x
This is very good for late 1994; it's technically competent, there's some interesting architecture, and the levels are not just variations on a single theme. By modern standards it's bare, monotonous, and unimaginative, and it's not up to the standards of the original Doom levels (or the contemporary Serenity/Eternity/et c series). But it's miles better than almost all megawads of the period. I particularly liked E1M4, which shows promise. M8 and M9 are surprisingly dull, though.x
Enjay is a star mapper, and this is a prime example! Simplistic design at its best.x
A tad underdetailed but fun nontheless. 4/5x

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